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«  October 2006  »

Lecture: The Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism

Jeff Dueck, lecturer, Philosophy Department, will discuss, "The Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism." Part of the Philosophy and Humanities Department lecture series.

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Fashion: Carolyn Pochatek of Fisher-Price

Elaine M. Polvinen, professor, Technology Department, interviews Carolyn Pochatek ('81), Soft Goods Engineer at Fisher-Price in East Aurora, New York. Pochatek discusses her current professional position, the educational background that helped her obtain that position, and current developments in the industry. This interview, one in a series, was coordinated by Elaine Polvinen to highlight the Fashion and Textile Technology program.

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Fashion

Lecture: Bullshit and Political Spin, Is The Medium the Massage?

Kimberly Blessing, assistant professor of philosophy, and Joseph Marren, assistant professor of journalism, discuss "Bullshit and Political Spin: Is The Medium the Message?" Part of the Philosophy and Humanities Department lecture series.

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Philosophy

Lecture: The Role of Chinese Culture in China's Economic Development

In this recording, visiting scholar Jia Lansheng, associate professor of sociology, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China, discusses "The Role of Chinese Culture in China's Economic Development." Part of Buffalo State's China Week activities. Sponsored by the Center for China Studies.


Lecture: What Peeping Tom Did Wrong

John Draeger, assistant professor, Philosophy and Humanities, presents "What Peeping Tom Did Wrong," a discussion on the ethics of voyeurism. Part of the Philosophy and Humanities Department lecture series.

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Philosophy

Lecture: China's One Child Policy Its Past and Future

In this recording, visiting scholar Ren Ping, deputy director of the Second Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University, discusses China's One Child Policy: Its Past and Future. Jie Zhang, professor, Sociology Department, contributes to this discussion. Part of Buffalo State's China Week activities. Sponsored by the Center for China Studies.